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Aries BlackBird X10 Quadcopter, an interesting flying camera

This new Aries BlackBird X10 Quadcopter is specially made for vide and photo enthusiasts. With a design that looks like a skull, this flying camera has a built-in 16-megapixel camera with f2.8 lens with a 120-degree angle of view.

Moreover, Aries BlackBird X10 Quadcopter can be paired with both Android and iOS devices and can offer a first-person view from the camera.

Users can also have the control over starting and stopping recordings, changing camera settings and snapping photos. The built-in GPS is very handy, especially when users are trying to make the perfect shot and make piloting easier.

Aries BlackBird X10 Quadcopter is available at the price of 800 dollars and can be found through camera-and-electronics retailer Adorama. To be mentioned that Adorama offers shipping worldwide through its website, so everyone can buy this product. However, considering what features are found on this flying camera, the 800 dollars price sounds like a good deal. 

Preparing for flight is very easy. Besides attaching the propellers and charging up the batteries, there is not much to do to get this device up in the air. To be said that there is one big, slot-loading battery for the quadcopter, while the transmitter features a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi range extender that can be charged with a Mini-USB cable. It is worth knowing that the transmitter is powered by four AA-size batteries, which are included in the package.

Users should also make sure that the Android or iOS phone is charged, because they probably want to have a first-person view from the camera, besides the access to camera controls and setting via the Fly Aries app. To be mentioned that the camera records to a microSD card that can be extended up to 32GB.

The microSD slot is not included in the package. To setup the mobile app is also very easy. Users must turn on the transmitter, the wireless extender and the BlackBird X10. Once everything is in position and started up, it takes approximately 30 seconds to connect to the wireless network created by the range extender.

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